4 edition of Creating the British Galleries at the V&A found in the catalog.
Creating the British Galleries at the V&A
|Statement||edited by Christopher Wilk and Nick Humphrey|
|Series||Annali del laboratorio museotecnico -- 4|
|Contributions||Wilk, Christopher, Humphrey, Nick, Laboratorio Museotecnico|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 283 p., xxxii p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||283|
|ISBN 10||1851774513, 0810966247|
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The Making of the British Galleries at the V&A: A Study in Museology [Wilk, Christopher, Humphrey, Nick] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Making of the British Galleries at the V&A: A Study in MuseologyCited by: 1. Inthe Victoria and Albert Museum, London, opened its new British Galleries to huge international acclaim.
The V & A is the model for decorative arts museums the world over, and these revolutionary, award-winning new galleries provide a completely original, dynamic, and innovative approach: everything from audience access to display cases was reappraised.
Get this from a library. Creating the British Galleries at the V & A: a study in museology. [Christopher Wilk; Nick Humphrey; Laboratorio museotecnico.;] -- Opened inthe British Galleries immediately received international acclaim and subsequently won awards.
This book details the immense task of putting the galleries together, from the initial. The British Galleries are the Museum's major priority in the coming years. A large team, of V&A staff and outside consultants, is working on the project.
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